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SHANGHAI: Asian shares remained near nine-month lows on Friday despite small gains on Wall Street overnight, as ongoing concerns over global trade frictions dampened sentiment, though a move to ease foreign investment curbs in China could boost markets there.
THE US economy has been growing since the last recession ended in June 2009, making this expansion the second-longest in the postwar era. But something inevitably brings all growth cycles to an end, causing the economy to stumble into recession.
INDONESIA’S central bank stepped up its policy action with a bigger-than-forecast interest rate hike – the third increase in six weeks – to halt a deepening slide in the currency.
Comment - By Anthony Dass IN today’s scenario, one of our key focuses is the US Fed and European Central Bank (ECB) – both fiddling with their monetary policy. It represents a wind of change in global markets. From a tailwind due to the massive bond-buying programme that effectively supported risky assets, the tide has changed to become a headwind.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign selling is expected to continue hitting emerging-market equities, including Malaysia, until year-end, no thanks to US President Donald Trump’s anti-China trade rhetoric and expectations of more US interest rate hikes.